Lemon and Thyme takes influence from the tapas bars of Madrid, with a menu full of small bites that pack in big flavours.
Take a seat at one of the chunky wooden tables in a room full of patterned tiles and exposed brick, before delving into the authentic menu.
Feast on classic dishes, with delightful morsels of iberico ham, chargrilled chorizo and boquerones fritos - fried white bait with lemon. The innovative brunch menu gives a Spanish flair to breakfast plates, with options such as poached eggs with aubergine, iberico ham and roasted acorn. Treat yourself to bottomless cava for an indulgent start to the weekend.
|Typical meal price||From £25.00 par personne|
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Thyme and Lemon
139 Upper streetLondonN1 1QP
Top 5 reviews of Thyme and Lemon
I'm a fan! Just stumbled upon it looking for a bite on a solo work trip.
Some of the best charcuterie I've had - and I've had a lot! Friendly service, good food. Would recommend 4 tapas per person.
I tried the charcuterie, grilled octopus, lamb, and for dessert churros con chocolate. 5 stars for everything except the churros (3.5 stars). But did I finish all the churros? Why yes, yes I did. more
Such sweet service! Really phenomenal all evening.
They have a special menu for theatre-goers, which I'm sure makes this a popular place to stop in before a show.
We had their cheese plate, aubergine (eggplant) canneloni, boquerones (marinated anchovies), the Secreto Iberico (pork with pomegranates) and a seafood risotto, which was swapped out with the Arroz Negro (black squid ink risotto... more
Amazing service and delicious food!! The staff was very friendly and helpful. Definitely recommend this place for Spanish tapas! more
Probably one of the best lunch specials on Upper Street! £10 nabs you three tapas plates. The portion sizes are pretty big too, even if you were to pay full price. I went with the cecina de Leon (thinly sliced smoked beef), the aubergine cannelloni (my favorite thing) and at the recommendation of my waiter, the pollo alla Riojana (chicken thigh with peppers, onions and olives - served in a... more
My husband and I went here two weeks ago as the menu online looked very appetizing. We had made a reservation and were promptly seated. I ordered the escalivada (smoked aubergine etc) and the seared scallops with cauliflower cream (sans chorizo). My husband ordered the rib-eye steak. Whilst my food was plated attractively, the aubergine was fairly bland and the scallops... more